February 2008

College Trip Tips

February 29, 2008

Choosing which college your child is going to attend is a major decision that you and they are going to need to make. This is a decision that can not be taken lightly and a lot of thought and preparation must be put into the decision so that the right decision is made. One of […]

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What You Can Do to Ensure Safe Teen Driving

February 29, 2008

Most parents are concerned with safety when it comes to their teen learning how to drive. While this is an occasion most teens (and parents!) look forward to for years, it can be scary as well as exciting for all involved. Because of a variety of factors, age and inexperience being major ones, teenagers have […]

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Your Child Needs A Break: How to Ensure They’re Not Too Busy

February 29, 2008

In today’s busy world it is hard to know what kind of schedule is most appropriate for your children. For parents the daily schedule can become easily overwhelming. The pressure to juggle work, relationships, chores, and kids schedules has a tendency for mom and dad to translate that busy schedule to their children. Unstructured activities […]

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Sports, Family, Friends: Can Your Child Balance?

February 29, 2008

Children today are faced with a lot of challenges that simply did not exist when you and I were kids. Kids today have electronic devices practically attached to them at the hip and schedules that almost mandate the use of these devices just to keep everything organized. Kids have everything from family to sports to […]

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Tips for College Searches and Visiting Colleges

February 28, 2008

When you are looking at colleges for your child there are some things that you are going to need to keep in mind so that you can choose the college that is right for your child. One of the first things that you are going to want to do is to research the various colleges […]

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Setting Boundaries For Your Activity-Rich Child

February 28, 2008

Children are just as susceptible as adults are when it comes to being overwhelmed by a busy schedule. But where adults often have the skills needed to make changes so as to better manage their time, children often need guidance and boundaries that help them to stick to a schedule of activities that is both […]

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